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Abhinav Bindra qualifies for 2016 Rio Olympic Games

Abhinav Bindra qualifies for 2016 Rio Olympic Games

28 May 2015

New Delhi: Abhinav Bindra on Thursday became the fourth Indian shooter to win a quota place for the Rio Olympics after he finished sixth in the Men's 10m Air Rifle final at the ISSF Shooting World Cup in Munich.

Abhinav Bindra,   Indian shooter,   Rio Olympics,   Men 10m Air Rifle,   ISSF Shooting World Cup,   Latest News ,  
Schools in Burdwan to teach self-defence skills to students

Schools in Burdwan to teach self-defence skills to students

21 Apr 2015

Burdwan (WB): The Burdwan district administration has decided to introduce self-defence training for girl students in schools. It has been found that school-going girls are often the targets of offenders, who take advantage of the long trek the girls have to undertake to attend schools in rural areas, sometimes alone through the fields, a top district official said.

self-defence training,   girl students,   Burdwan schools,   school-going girls,   Sarva Siksha Mission,   latest states news,  
Be playful and win a girl's heart

Be playful and win a girl's heart

26 Feb 2015

London: Being playful is not just a gesture of friendliness, intelligence and a sense of humour it can also help you woo your girl and vice versa. According to anthropologist, Garry Chick from Pennsylvania State University, playfulness in adults is a desirable trait in sexual selection.

playful,   friendliness,   intelligence,   sense of humour,   girls heart,  
 Undiagnosed asthma higher among rural <strong>girls</strong>: Study

Undiagnosed asthma higher among rural girls: Study

25 Feb 2015

Washington: Teenaged girls who live in rural areas are more likely to have undiagnosed asthma than their male counterparts and very often are also at a higher risk of depression, says a study.

rural girls,   asthma,   Teenagers,   depression,   rural areas,  
IAS officer accused of raping school <strong>girls</strong>; sent to custody till 30th March

IAS officer accused of raping school girls; sent to custody till 30th March

21 Mar 2015

Pune: A 58-year-old IAS officer has been arrested for allegedly raping and molesting four minor school-going girls here, police said on Saturday.

IAS officer,   school girls rape,   M H Sawant,   Maharashtra IAS,  
India should host <strong>Olympics</strong>: Japanese envoy

India should host Olympics: Japanese envoy

14 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Japan on Saturday pitched for India as a host of the Olympic Games after 2020 in tune with its growing global stature and impressive economic growth.

Olympic Games in India,   Indian economic growth,   Sports in India,   Japanese envoy in India,  
Free tablets for Scheduled Caste students, bicycles for <strong>girls</strong> in Haryana

Free tablets for Scheduled Caste students, bicycles for girls in Haryana

17 Mar 2015

Chandigarh: Students belonging to Scheduled Castes in Haryana would get tablets free of cost from the state government to get technical education, Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar announced on Monday.

free tablets,   Scheduled Castes,   Haryana,   bicycles for SC girls,   Haryana government,   technical education,   Haryana Chief Minister,   Manohar Lal Khattar,   Beti Bachao Beti Padhao Programme,  
<strong>Spice</strong> Stellar 520n launched at Rs 6,999 on Amazon.in

Spice Stellar 520n launched at Rs 6,999 on Amazon.in

05 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Handset maker Spice has launched its Stellar 520n smartphone in India. Priced at an affordable rate of Rs 6999, the smartphone will be available exclusively on e-commerce site Amazon.in.

Spice Stellar 520n,   Amazon.in,   Spice,   e-commerce site,   Android 4.4 KitKat,   MediaTek chipset,   Android phones,   ,  
IOC chief to meet PM this month, India may bid for 2024 <strong>Olympics</strong>

IOC chief to meet PM this month, India may bid for 2024 Olympics

03 Apr 2015

New Delhi: In a significant development, the union government and the national Olympic body have invited International Olympic Committee chief Thomas Bach for a meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi later this month to discus the development of sports in the country and a likely bid for 2024 Olympic Games.

International Olympic Committee,   Thomas Bach,   Prime Minister Narendra Modi,   2024 Olympic Games,   Olympics in India,   Latest news ,  
Beckham lost focus following his marriage, says Ferguson

Beckham lost focus following his marriage, says Ferguson

03 Oct 2013

London: Former Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson has said that his one-time star midfielder David Beckham had "lost focus" following his marriage to pop star Victoria Adams of the Spice Girls.

Manchester United,   Alex Ferguson,   David Beckham,   Victoria Adams,   Spice Girls,  

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